On 21st April 2015 we published a guest article at IISD in which we argue that for universal goals differentiated implementation approaches are needed at national or other levels, as any one governance style falls short, and that there is some convergence towards a more comprehensive approach which is called ‘metagovernance’. To support this insight, we propose the new principle of Common But Differentiated Governance (CBDG). A full Journal article was published as Open Access in ‘Sustainability’.
Role of Science, Technology and Innovation Policies to Foster the Implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (2015)
Ingeborg was the rapporteur of the Expert Group to the European Commission on “Follow-up to Rio+20, notably the SDGs”. Their report was published in […]
Inge co-authored a Briefing Paper of the German Development Institute (DIE). It concludes that given the scope and universal nature of the 2030 Agenda, […]
Ingeborg spoke at a seminar on evaluating the current state of play of research and innovation policies for achieving the sustainable development goals (SDGs) in […]